Black Tunisians after the 2011 revolution – Returning to the roots of an anti-racism movement

October 25, 2018
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This article explores the origins of the black movement that failed to achieve its goals during the Bourguiba era and the post-revolutionary period, during which various minority groups sought a platform to argue for their rights. Indeed, the black movement strove to find a place for itself among the various civil movements in Tunisia. As the article highlights, this was not an easy task in a civil society which remains in denial of anti-black racism and in a stubbornly conservative political and social context which fails to recognise diversity.

Euromesco Policy Brief 84
Human Rights